Another pulsating Fashion Week

August 17th, 2014 7:00 am| by admin
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Seasonal collections by prominent Danish and international designers took to the runway last week at Copenhagen Fashion Week, which this August had a special focus on sustainability.


(Photo: copenhagenfashionweek.com)

The shows ran alongside four main events: Gallery, Copenhagen International Fashion Fair (CIFF), CIFF Kids and Vision and also the Copenhagen fashion festival, open to all, which allowed citiziens and tourists to enjoy exhibitions, parties, discount shopping and events at designers boutiques.


(Photo: Federica Palomba)

Among those at the opening press conference at City Hall were are Christopher Slim from Unilever, the event's chief executive Eva Kruse and Sophie Hæstorp Andersen, the head of the Capital Region. 


(Photo: Hasse Ferrold)

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